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The delivery of education and training programs in line with the economic and social objectives of the FSM is an important part of the mission of the College. The National Campus is primarily responsible for the delivery of associate degree and third-year level certificate of achievement programs. The four state Campuses are primarily responsible for the delivery of programs that address the individual needs of their state, which include teacher education (up to associate degree level), vocational education, and certificate programs aimed to upgrade basic and specific skills, developmental English, and short-term training. The College remains flexible to meet expressed needs.


The College awards associate degrees to students who complete a prescribed two-year program of study. The time is extended for students who need to complete preparation classes before beginning the degree program.

Offered Degree Programs
Bachelor of Art  
Elementary Education Partnership with UOG
Associate of Arts  
Liberal Arts National Campus
Liberal Arts/Health Career Opportunity National Campus
Liberal Arts/Media Studies National Campus
Liberal Arts/Special Education National Campus
Micronesian Studies National Campus
Teacher Preparation National Campus
Associate of Science  
General Agriculture National Campus
Business Administration National Campus
Computer Information Systems National Campus
Early Childhood Education National Campus
Hospitality and Tourism Management Pohnpei State Campus
Marine Science National Campus
Public Health National Campus
Teacher Education-Elementary National Campus
Associate of Applied Science  
Building Technology State Campus
Electronic Technology State Campus
Telecommunications Technology State Campus
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The College awards certificates of achievement to students who complete a prescribed one-year program of study.


Offered Certificate Programs
Third-Year Certificate of Achievement  
Accounting National Campus
General Business National Campus
Related Services Assistant National Campus
Teacher Preparation-Elementary National Campus
Teacher Preparation-Special Education National Campus
Certificate of Achievement  
Agriculture and Food Technology State Campus
Bookkeeping State Campus
Building Maintenance and Repair State Campus
Cabinet Making/Furniture Making State Campus
Career Education State Campus
Carpentry  State Campus
Community Health Sciences-Health Assistant Training Program State Campus
Construction Electricity State Campus
Electronic Engineering Technology State Campus
General Studies State Campus
Law Enforcement State Campus
Masonry State Campus
Preschool Teacher Education State Campus
Plumbing State Campus
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning State Campus
Secretarial Science   State Campus
Small Engine, Equipment and Outboard Motor Repair State Campus
Trial Counselors State Campus

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The primary purpose of the General Education Program is to offer courses for general academic and vocational growth, personal enrichment, and cultural development which will encourage students to formulate goals and develop values for the enrichment of their lives.

General Education
English All Campuses
Mathematics All Campuses
Natural Science All Campuses
Social Science All Campuses
Humanities All Campuses
Information Technology All Campuses
Information Literacy All Campuses
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